Miro, a free open source video player that brings Internet TV to your desktop has gone to version 1.1 with lots of new features. Miro 1.1 has been officially released for download. What’s new in Miro 1.1? The most noticable change in Miro 1.1 comes in the improvements in torrent downloading speeds, along with more […]

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Software and beta releases for the week january 12th

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As a bit of a habit I usually keep checking for page rank updates for this site, while I was checking for Page Rank today I saw that the Page Rank has been increased from 4 to 5 for this blog on certain data centers. This is definitely a good news as the original ranking […]

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Web 2.0 is all about social media and networking. Today there are a lot of websites like IMEEMâ„¢, Last.fmâ„¢, Pandoraâ„¢, Myspace, eSnipsâ„¢, Mogâ„¢, iJiggâ„¢, Radio.blog.clubâ„¢ and so on, which offer you to upload and share your favorite music files. You can also listen to music files uploaded by others. But what if you wanna download […]

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CSV AdStats

Do you spend a lot of time looking at your Google Adsense reports? Are you querying your different stats in Adstats to get an idea of what works and what doesn’t several times a day? With Google Analytics being so feature rich and has pretty graphs to give you visual feel for all the numbers, […]

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If you’re on a Mac, you probably wish that there was an application that you could use to chat with all of your online buddies at the same time! There are a couple of applications out there, but mostly for Windows. There is also a web site that you can use called Meebo, which lets […]

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Quite some time back I had talked about wwwdotcom.com a domain name which you could use to confuse users, wwwdotcom say its the last page on the Internet. A couple of days back I landed upon another domain name which you could use to confuse your friends it’s www.com, Ironically www.com says the web starts […]

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I was in for a little shocker when Ashish alerted me that Digg has banned Techie Buzz. While Digging content from this site you may see a message like the one below;  This URL has been widely reported by users as being regularly used to spam Digg’s submission process and cannot be submitted at this […]

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Looking to search and download MP3 files? Here are some of the best MP3 search engines using which you can search music from popular artists and listen or download MP3 files from.

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Off-Topic: Umpires Beat India not Australia, Videos Of Umpiring Debacles

Well I am big cricket fan and have always like to watch good cricket, but the 2nd test match between India and Australia was a competition between Australia the umpires vs India. The mistakes made by the umpires clearly suggest that there is a need for using technology at this level of cricket. The ICC […]

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Tired of using the mouse and want to know the Keyboard Shortcuts for popular applications like Windows, Mac, Linux, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Gmail, Yahoo, Windows Live Hotmail, AOL, Ubuntu, PhotoShop, DreamWeaver and more then here is your one stop post to all the Keyboard Shortcuts for these popular applications and more. Operating Systems Microsoft […]

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GTalk is slowly inching towards becoming a popular IM client and is almost the preferred means of communicating for most of the bloggers. That said GTalk has a very annoying feature where any Instant Messages sent to you shows up as a notification and can be easily viewed by anyone who is near you computer […]

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Secunia

We hear about Windows security exploitations almost every day. Most of these exploitations are on computers which haven’t been updated with the latest security fixes through Online Update. We don’t though hear enough about exploitations through any other software we might have installed in our system. In today’s world of freeware craze, we install tons […]

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There is not much I have written much in the new year but as many of you know I was busy in creating a plugin. So the first post of the year from me is a plugin release. Let’s see the main reason why I created this plugin before I can tell you more about […]

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Digg!

If you dual boot with Windows and Linux, and have data spread across different partitions on Linux and Windows, you should be really in for some issues. It happens so sometimes you need to access your files on Linux partitions from Windows, and you realize it isn’t possible easily. Not really, with these tools in […]

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